EXPERIENCE IN STROKE
MOUNT AUBURN HOSPITAL/
BETH ISRAEL LAHEY HEALTH
Mount Auburn Hospital, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital serving the greater Cambridge, MA area seeks a neurologist with an expertise in Stroke. The ideal candidate should have completed a Stroke fellowship, but also possess a strong interest in all of clinical neurology. The responsibilities of this position are primarily to provide outpatient neurologic care and to develop an ambulatory Stroke Clinic with inpatient and emergency care of neurologic patients one day per week. Weekend and night coverage will be in rotation with the rest of the neurology faculty. Medical education is a key responsibility -- the selected neurologist will provide education of attending physicians, medical residents and medical students by contributing to Medical Grand Rounds, Neurology Grand Rounds and all activities of the Division of Neurology. Candidates must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Neurology.
Mount Auburn Hospital caters to a diverse mix of urban and suburban patients and is characterized by an exceptionally collaborative and collegial working environment. The hospital is affliated with Beth Israel Lahey Health (BILH), one of the largest healthcare systems in Massachusetts. The physician selected for this role will be eligible for a faculty appointment as in Instructor or Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School commensurate with experience and qualifications. To learn more about the opportunity, please email Lily Hannon, Director, Practice Operations at Lily.Hannon@mah.org or call 617.499.5644. To apply, please send a CV and brief letter of interest to Lily.Hannon@mah.org.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law. We strongly encourage both women and minorities to apply.